DJ Khaled & Drake's "To The Max" Is Dropping Next Week

The Drake vocals finally came in.

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Earlier today, DJ Khaled took to Instagram to reveal that his “To The Max” collaboration with Drake is dropping Monday, 6 AM. So yes, the Drake vocals finally came in. The track is “executive produced by his toddler child, Asahd Khaled. In addition to the collaboration with Drizzy, Khaled also reveals that he has a very important announcement regarding his forthcoming album Grateful, which he will also reveal on Monday, 6 AM. Check out his Instagram posts below and stay tuned for the song drop and upcoming news on Grateful.

#GRATEFUL ! ITS SO CLOSE TO BE YOURS!!!!!! ???????

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#DJKHALED FEAT @champagnepapi #ToTheMax #Monday #6AM! #GRATEFUL ???????

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